Inclusion benefits the whole of society, not just the children who are different.Make the most of the opportunity you have to really make a positive difference to future generations, and show every child that differences are beautiful and that you don’t have to be top of the class to be brilliant.
Dear Skyler, I’ve wanted to write this letter to you for so long, but for some reason the perfect words just haven’t come. No words seem like enough and you are so much more than I can express. But I can see you growing up before my very eyes and I have decided that … Continue reading A letter to my first born son
I just want to start by saying this is in no way a ‘breast is best’ post, and I am not intending to make anyone feel any guilt if they couldn’t or just didn’t want to breast feed. I didn’t write this with any intention of making anyone feel bad, but I am very aware … Continue reading Breastfeeding a baby with Down syndrome